Seared Sesame Steak Paillard
Thin-sliced steak, pounded flat, marinated with soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic and ginger, then grilled; topped with a sweet-spicy Asian-style slaw and a crunchy nut-and-noodle mix, and drizzled with a tangy honey-lime dressing.
Yield: 24 servings
1. In non-reactive container, combine all marinade ingredients.
|Reduced-sodium soy sauce||3 cups|
|Dark sesame oil||1 1/2 cups|
|Minced garlic||1/4 cup|
|Minced fresh ginger||1/4 cup|
|Black Pepper||2 tablespoons|
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2. To make Marinated Paillards: Pound each halved steak to ¼-inch thickness. Add steak to marinade, turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours. Yield: 48 paillards
|Beef Ranch Cut (Shoulder Center) Steaks,* 1 inch thick, each cut horizontally into 2 thin steaks||24 each|
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3. For each serving, to order: Grill 2 Marinated Paillards to medium rare to medium. Place paillards in center of serving plate. In bowl, combine 3 cups Asian Slaw Mix, ½ cup Nut-and-Noodle Mix, ½ cup Fried Angel Hair Pasta and ½ cup Fried Tortilla
Strips. Add 3 tablespoons Peanut Dressing; toss lightly. Mound salad on paillards. Drizzle with 1 tablespoon Honey-Lime Dressing. Mound 1 cup Fried Won Ton Strips to make a “nest” on top of salad. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon cilantro, 1 tablespoon
green onion and 1 teaspoon sesame seeds.
|Asian Slaw Mix (recipe follows)||72 cups|
|Nut-and-Noodle Mix (recipe follows)||12 cups|
|Fried Angel Hair Pasta (recipe follows)||12 cups|
|Fried Tortilla Strips||12 cups|
|Peanut Dressing (recipe follows)||4 1/2 cups|
|Honey-Lime Dressing (recipe follows)||1 1/2 cups|
|Fried Won Ton Strips||24 cups|
|Chopped cilantro leaves||8 ounces|
|Sliced green onions||2 1/2 ounces|
|Toasted sesame seeds||1 1/2 cups|
Nutrition information per serving: 3374 calories; 200 g fat(37 g saturated fat; 20 g monounsaturated fat); 194 mg cholesterol; 2472 mg sodium; 298 g carbohydrate; 44.5 g fiber; 116 g protein; 29.7 mg niacin; 2.4 mg vitamin B6; 12.6 mg vitamin B12; 18.4 mg iron; 117.6 mg selenium; 21.4 mg zinc; 295.0 mg choline.
This recipe is an excellent source of fiber, protein, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, iron, selenium, zinc and choline.